ICUAS 2012 : 2012 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Call For Papers
The 2012 International conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, ICUAS’12, is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Control Systems Society. ICUAS’12 will be held in Philadelphia, PA, on June 12-15. June 12 will be a Workshop/Tutorial day, followed by a three day technical Conference. ICUAS’12 will host representatives from academia, industry, federal/state agencies, government, the private sector, users, practitioners and engineers who wish to be affiliated with and contribute technically to this highly demanding and rapidly evolving and expanding field.
Conference topics include but are not limited to:
Air Vehicle Operations
Energy Efficient UAS
Levels of Safety
Micro- and Mini- UAS
Reliability of UAS
February 15, 2012: Full Papers/Tutorial Proposal Due
April 15, 2012: Acceptance/Rejection Notification
May 15, 2012: Final, Camera Ready Papers Due
May 15, 2012: Early Registration
Papers must be submitted electronically through css.paperplaza.net. The paper format must follow IEEE paper submission rules, two-column format using 12 point fonts, Times New Roman. The maximum number of pages per paper is 15. Illustrations and references are included in the page count. Submitted papers will undergo a peer review process coordinated by the Program Chairs, the Program Advisory Committee Members and qualified reviewers. Authors are encouraged to accompany their presentations with multimedia material (i.e. videos), which will be included in the Conference Digital Proceedings.
Authors of accepted papers will be invited to submit significantly different/enhanced versions of the ICUAS’12 papers to the Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems (JINT), which will be published in a JINT Special Volume and in a Special Volume Book as part of the Springer series on Intelligent Systems, Control and Automation (ISCA).
Randal Beard, Bringham Young University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimon P. Valavanis, University of Denver, email@example.com